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Time::Zone(3)		       User Contributed Perl Documentation		    Time::Zone(3)

       Time::Zone -- miscellaneous timezone manipulations routines

	       use Time::Zone;
	       print tz2zone();
	       print tz2zone($ENV{'TZ'});
	       print tz2zone($ENV{'TZ'}, time());
	       print tz2zone($ENV{'TZ'}, undef, $isdst);
	       $offset = tz_local_offset();
	       $offset = tz_offset($TZ);

       This is a collection of miscellaneous timezone manipulation routines.

       "tz2zone()" parses the TZ environment variable and returns a timezone string suitable for
       inclusion in date-like output.  It opionally takes a timezone string, a time, and a is-dst

       "tz_local_offset()" determins the offset from GMT time in seconds.  It only does the cal-
       culation once.

       "tz_offset()" determines the offset from GMT in seconds of a specified timezone.

       "tz_name()" determines the name of the timezone based on its offset

       Graham Barr <gbarr@pobox.com> David Muir Sharnoff <muir@idiom.com> Paul Foley

perl v5.8.0				    2001-11-20				    Time::Zone(3)
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